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Creating a Sense of Family at Work

With all the time we spend at work, our colleagues become a part of our lives. Isn’t it great when we get along with them? By developing and nurturing healthy relationships among coworkers, you can start to build a sense of family among the staff that’ll drive engagement, productivity, and better collaborations.

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Keeping employees motivated through the height of winter

By Deb LaMere, VP of Employee Experience, Ceridian

We’re now halfway through winter. And though spring is in less than 60 days away, the dreary weather of winter is just starting to hit its peak. For many people, snow storms, extreme cold, and other inclement weather conditions can be the source of a wide range of frustrating disruptions – from commuting delays to school cancellations. Add in a spike in workers getting sick and it’s easy to see why winter can often hamper the motivation of employees. Read more

How Can Managers Identify the Triggers of Disengagement?

From retention to compliance, there were a number of trending topics on the Ceridian HCM Blog this year. For the rest of December, we will be revisiting 10 of our most popular blog posts of 2016. Enjoy!

By Jayson Saba, VP of Market Research & Industry Relations, Ceridian

Earlier this year, our CEO David Ossip wrote an article for CEO Magazine about how Ceridian was able to improve engagement during a transformation that required a careful and tremendous focus on change management.  Read more

Moving beyond the annual survey for better employee inspiration and engagement

From retention to compliance, there were a number of trending topics on the Ceridian HCM Blog this year. For the rest of December, we will be revisiting 10 of our most popular blog posts of 2016. Enjoy!

By Lisa Sterling, Chief People Officer, Ceridian

Winning in the new “war for talent,” requires a lot more than just finding the right talent and placing them in the right role as quickly as possible. It’s equally, if not more important, to inspire, motivate and engage your employees over the long haul. Creating an experience of bringing new individuals into the organization and inspiring them is the key to building a highly engaged workforce that can help deliver business impacts. In short, what you need is a new strategy for employee inspiration and engagement. Read more

4 Awesome Benefits for Prioritizing Work-Life Blending

By Lisa Sterling, Chief People Officer, Ceridian

Leaders have an overwhelming amount of responsibilities and accountabilities to focus on at any given time – with many of the biggest concerns centering on employee retention and engagement. Right now, there is an abundance of research highlighting the significant influence worker satisfaction levels can have on performance. According to Harvard Business Review, 71 percent of businesses agreed employee engagement is critical to achieving organizational success. Read more

Take Coffee Breaks With Your Team to Improve Productivity

By Michael Petrescu-Comnene, Dayforce Lead Software Developer, Ceridian

Over the years, many around the office have wondered why I have a borderline industrial grade coffee grinder in our lunch room. This blog is dedicated to each of you.

As a coffee nut, most afternoons, I usually spend 20 minutes meticulously weighing, grinding, pouring and stirring my high-altitude grown single origin African coffees. Then I drink it with one or a couple of my colleagues. Time-waster or productivity booster?  Personal experience points me to the latter. Coffee (drinking and education) is one of my many passions outside of work. Sharing this passion at work has given me a window into many of my colleagues’ hobbies as well. Through a quick coffee-making session in the kitchen I’ve been able to find out that there are some serious cooks, skiers, and olive oil connoisseurs amoung us at Ceridian. It just so happens that this very blog idea sprang from learning I have a common interest with a member of the Social Media Team (Food, but that’s another blog). Jokes aside, conversations over coffee help me work better and here’s why: Read more

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